cruiser

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cruis·er

 (kro͞o′zər)
n.
1. One of a class of fast warships of medium tonnage with a long cruising radius and less armor and firepower than a battleship.
2. A cabin cruiser.
3. See squad car.

cruiser

(ˈkruːzə)
n
1. (Military) a high-speed, long-range warship of medium displacement, armed with medium calibre weapons or missiles
2. (Nautical Terms) Also called: cabin cruiser a pleasure boat, esp one that is power-driven and has a cabin
3. any person or thing that cruises
4. (Boxing) boxing cruiserweight. See light heavyweight

cruis•er

(ˈkru zər)

n.
1. one of a class of warships designed for high speed and long cruising radius.
[1670–80; < Dutch kruiser=kruis(en) to cruise + -er -er1]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.cruiser - a car in which policemen cruise the streetscruiser - a car in which policemen cruise the streets; equipped with radiotelephonic communications to headquarters
auto, automobile, car, motorcar, machine - a motor vehicle with four wheels; usually propelled by an internal combustion engine; "he needs a car to get to work"
panda car - a police cruiser
2.cruiser - a large fast warship; smaller than a battleship and larger than a destroyer
battle cruiser - a cruiser of maximum speed and firepower
guided missile cruiser - a cruiser that carries guided missiles
combat ship, war vessel, warship - a government ship that is available for waging war
3.cruiser - a large motorboat that has a cabin and plumbing and other conveniences necessary for living on boardcruiser - a large motorboat that has a cabin and plumbing and other conveniences necessary for living on board
motorboat, powerboat - a boat propelled by an internal-combustion engine
Translations
طَرّادهيخْت ذو مُحرّك
křižníkmotorová jachta
krydsermotorbåd
risteilijäristeilyalus
cirkáló
beitiskip, hraîskreitt herskiplystibátur
krížnik
gezinti gemisikruvazör

cruiser

[ˈkruːzəʳ] N (Naut) → crucero m

cruiser

[ˈkruːzər] n (= ship) → croiseur m

cruiser

n (Naut) → Kreuzer m; (= pleasure cruiser)Vergnügungsjacht f

cruiser

[ˈkruːzəʳ] n (Naut) → incrociatore m

cruise

(kruːz) verb
1. to sail for pleasure. We're going cruising in the Mediterranean.
2. to go at a steady, comfortable speed. The plane is cruising at an altitude of 10,000 metres.
noun
a voyage from place to place made for pleasure and relaxation. They went on a cruise.
ˈcruiser noun
1. a high-speed battleship.
2. (also ˈcabin-cruiser) a motor yacht with living quarters.
References in classic literature ?
Here we had been inevitably taken had not a man called to us from the shore and informed us that among those fishing-boats there, some crusiers would make us a prize.
Tenders are invited for Rfp For Coolent Golden Crusier G-12
The latter's seemingly incongruous preoccupation with ships may in turn be explained by the fact that it replaced an earlier 1819 neutrality law that had proven woefully inadequate in preventing "the equipping in the United Kingdom of the Alabama for use as a crusier by the Confederate forces in the American Civil War": United Kingdom, House of Commons, "Report of the Committee of Privy Counsellors Appointed to Inquire into the Recruitment of Mercenaries" by Lord Diplock, Chair in Command Papers, No 6569 (1976) at para 24, ["Diplock Report"].
More than 30 years after the 34-foot cabin crusier "Aloha" disappeared, no one knows what occurred.
The vehicle as good a motorway crusier as many more expensive saloon, with little wind, road or engine noise inruding into the cabin.
has donated a Convaid Crusier and EZ Rider wheelchair to the Division of Special Education (DSE) program at North High School (NHS) in Torrance, CA.